Singer/songwriter Felicity Groom shows a penchant for French cars.
I drive a Peugeot 306. My stepdad found this one in the paper for me. He is an extreme help when it comes to finding and looking after the history of cars I have had. So this one's well looked after, it's red - which I like - and it parks in places that other cars would call cracks.
I am a fan of two-door cars. I like the 1970s 302 Mustang but any two-door sports cars I love really.
That's definitely my dad's, influence having owned a few of them himself. Sweet vintage sports cars are the ones that have me pointing and yelling "Whoa, look at that car", while driving about.
My first car was another French number, a Renault 12 station wagon. My stepdad helped me get that one too.
I loved that car. I was an avid skateboarder when I owned it and I remember by the end of its life it was held together by skate stickers that had been plastered everywhere.
I am a 4. I used to go to lots of car shows when I was little so I grew up an appreciator.I'd like to do up a car one day but I am well aware of the financial drain restorative work can be. Since music doesn't make a lot of money, for now I am content with my red motor.
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